“I refuse to lower my standards to accommodate those who will not raise theirs.”
– Robert Grieve, Owner
Once your vehicle has been repaired – No matter where you take your it – There are some very important things you should consider once that repair is completed.
Below, we provide information for your consideration.
Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us!
Bodyshop Surprises – Was it REALLY Repaired?
It’s always a surprise when you are involved in an accident. (That’s why we call them “accidents”). But if you’re not careful, the accident could end up being just the first of many surprises… and sometimes, the surprises come at the hands of the very places you...
How to Know When Your Vehicle is not Fully Repaired
We are often asked how to know if your vehicle has not been fully repaired. It is a common occurrence for us to inspect vehicles that have been repaired by other facilities. And, unfortunately, it’s all too common that what we find is poor workmanship and neglected...
An Introduction To Nylund’s Collision Center
We’ve put together an introduction to Nylund’s Collision Center for those people who have been involved in an automobile accident, and who need to know what to expect when they consider bringing their car to us for repair. Our process is very noticeably different from...
Ignorance or Greed
An open letter to the collision industry Why, in 2020, is there still such a large disparity between performing the correct repair and the most profitable repair for the body shop, technicians and insurance companies? Why do so many within our ranks put the guest’s...
Insurance Company’s Great Runaround
Still think your insurance company is all about your best interest? We humbly submit this very real case study, filed under: “told you so”. USAA insured gets into accident, and is “encouraged” (steered?) to take her car to their “preferred” shop (big box...
This Is How It Should Be
This photo isn’t about a transaction, or that we make bad things go away and restore cars to their original beauty. It’s about the fact that we know, and genuinely care about every one of our guests.
Was I Lied To About Industry Standard?
Consumer Alert: Two words have become the weapons of choice in the battle of right vs. wrong in the collision repair business. By design, these two words sound so innocuous that they presume acceptance without consumer’s knowledge that by doing so, they have loaded the gun that is pointed directly at themselves. The two words are: Industry Standard.
Right Repair – Old vs New vs Cutting Costs
Not all body shops are the same. We encourage you to find one that is willing to invest in all current and necessary research, and that will align themselves with the MANUFACTURER’S guidelines and standards.
What You Need to Pick Up Your Car
The day we deliver your repaired vehicle to you is very exciting for you and for us! We absolutely love seeing the looks of love on the faces of our guests as they are reunited with their cars. To ensure the very best experience and get you back on the road as quickly...
How Do You Know Where To Go?
Someone hits your car in the parking lot and drives off without so much as a note. You do what you’ve been told to do: you call your insurance company. They give you their ‘preferred list’ and reenforce their preference by suggesting that if you go somewhere other...